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Nov 9, 2013 2:45pm EST
and the replacement for this session was farah griffin who was us color that year. this was incredibly wonderful because that your teeeighteen was that he is to tear it -- was that the institute it as an 18 year-old to was over the moon i was zero throat and inspired of the work of these young scholars. the day that farah came to our class we were studying one of my favorite book site thought it was so moving she was giving it wonderful guidance but the first time i was taught literature by a black woman besides my mother who was my first introduction but it was a moment that i felt that should be marked. and you have continued to inspire me. when you teach a lecture class you don't know who was sitting out there and it turns out this extraordinarily talented young writer that i would be later without knowing she is a student in the class. figure. >> host: i wanted her to ask about the introduction of the way she brings the women onto the page. >> guest: i will find my way around. new york back in san they came. one came as a child brought by immigrant parents the other as a live-in seeking free
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